Vivacious, Hedonic, Bohemian


Surrounded by turquoise blue waters and lavish sand beaches, the Greek island of Mykonos is one of our favorite summer destinations.  It’s the ultimate bohemian paradise with a well deserved reputation as one of the world's top party destinations.  Chic jetsetters from around the world come together to revel in the nightlife, wander through picturesque Greek architecture, and savor the delicious local cuisine.  Its energy is undeniable, but also provides a tranquil escape to lay back and unwind under the Mediterranean sun

...whether or not dance parties past sunrise are your thing.



Endless Wine & Lunch at Kiki's Taverna

Late Lunch & Beach Party at Nammos

Sunday Sunset Party & Live Music at Scorpios

Beach Day & Lunch at Spilia or Fokos Taverna

Dinner & Dancing at Sea Satin Caprice

Explore Chora & Grab a Bite at Jimmy's Gyros

Visit"Little Venice" & The Kato Mili Windmills

Day to Night Party at Alemagou Beach



Alamagou Beach Bar Psarou Beach

Beautiful beach retreat with amazing food, turns into a beach party in the afternoon through the night.

Nammos Psarou Beach

See and be seen. Reservations are a must and the food is not to be missed: seafood, sushi and authentic greek cuisine. Enjoy a day bed on the beach and stick around as Nammos transitions into a full on party from 4pm until sundown.

Scorpios Paraga Beach

Legendary cliffside beach party bar that begins at sunset with chic bohemian canopies overlooking the Mykonos southern coastline. Live music and food.

Principote Panormos Psarou Beach

Stunning beach club in a chic Bohemian setting, zen-like atmosphere

SantAnna Paraga Beach

Biggest pool in Europe, Upbeat day party spot next to Scorpios

Buddha Bar Psarou Beach

Boho-Asian retreat with amazing food and outstanding views in Santa Marina Hotel

Spilia Seaside Restaurant Psarou Beach

A hidden restaurant built into a cave with incredible views and amazing food (plus a natural seawater pool with live lobsters, sea urchin, octopus and more)

Fokos Taverna Fokos Beach

Quietly tucked away in a remote beach, Fokos Beach is a true gem of Mykonos. Its amazing menu of authentic Greek delicacies and untamed beauty lends an air of exclusivity and privacy that makes it like none other.

Solymar Mykonos Town

A beachfront bar-restaurant to relax and enjoy your day  in a luxury way. Tropical design, excellent food, cozy seating areas, comfortable large sunbeds.


Sea Satin

Fun dinner spot for groups on the water right near the windmills in Little Venice. True Mykonian dining experience with fresh seafood, upscale taverna cuisine, and dancing on tables.​ 

Interni Mykonos Town

Great for groups, Hidden outdoor garden-style dining with upbeat music that’s a place to see and be seen.

Remezzo Mykonos Town

On the edge of Chora overlooking the water, this modern take on tradition Greek cuisine turns into an upscale cocktail bar/ nightclub in true Mykonos style.

Nautilus Mykonos Town

Incredible food met with even better service; Quality Mediterranean dining with a modern Greek twist.

M-eating Mykonos Town

Creative restaurant specializing in fresh Greek cuisine in equally delicious and innovative preparations.



Chora- Nightclub- Hip Hop Music


Chora- Bar/Club- Cocktails

Toy Room 




Chora- Hookah Bar


Cavo Paradiso

Massive Ibiza-style open-air nightclub with famous DJ's


Kiki's TavernAgios Sostis Beach

A local institution; simple & delicious Greek cuisine

Farma Agios Sostis Beach


Hippie Fish Agios Ioannis Beach

Casual and simple beach restaurant with well executed dishes and fresh seafood.

Jimmy's Gyros Agios Sostis Beach


Ftelia Agios Sostis Beach







Party Beaches

  • Psarou 

  • Paraga

  • Paradise

Chill Beaches

  • Ftelia

  • Ornos Bay

  • Agios Sostis

  • Lia

  • Agios Iannis

  • Panormos

  • Platis Gialos

Kato Mili Windmills

Iconic seaside landmark on a hill overlooking the harbour. Great photo opp.

Little Venice

Overlooking the water, this picturesque cluster of Venetian houses hides numerous bars, boutiques, clubs and restaurants.


Closed off to cars, Mykonos town is a great place to walk around along the iconic stone streets lined with shops selling everything from authentic Greek goods to designer clothing.

Explore Delos Island

One of Greece’s most important archeological and mythological sites, the neighboring island of Delos, the birthplace of Apollo.


Iliana Bassiana

Designers, Clothing, Accessories

Linea Piu

Designer. 24 Kalogera Street, Chora


The Jars of Brands

43 Kalogera Street, Chora 



Beachware. 38 Kalogera Street, Chora 

Jackie O Beach Boutique

Super Paradise Beach

Mykonos Sandals


Petasos Beach

Luxury in Platys Gialos

Branco Mykonos

New luxury beach hotel in Platys Gialos Beach

Myconian Ambassador Hotel

Luxurious Relais & Chateaux hotel with beautiful pools, upscale dining & spa in Platys Gialos

Petinos Beach Hotel


Cavo Tango


Posh luxury hotel with upscale dining, spa & infinity pool

Mykonos Blu Grecotel


Romantic, Luxury in Psarou Beach

Myconian Utopia Resort

Luxurious resort with modern amenties, villas, pool & spa in Elia Beach

Moderate in Platys Gialos

Nissaki Boutique Hotel


Luxury beachfront hotel in Platys Gialos

Belvedere Boutique Hotel


Luxury hotel in Chora with views overlooking Mykonos town and a club-like atmosphere around the swimming pool

Santa Marina


Ornos Beach, Family-Friendly Resort with a Private Beach


Luxe, romantic private beach retreat with breathtaking sea views, pools & spa in Ornos Bay

San Giorgio


Chic, Bohemian retreat near Scorpios, Paradise and Paraga beaches with a pool



What to Pack

Women: Bathing suits and a cover-up for day, sundresses or kaftans for night


Hire a Private Driver
Aegean Taxi App
Rent a Car or ATV
Public Bus Shuttle


Currency: Euro
Language: Greek



Hot, dry summers and mild winters, Mykonos is known as the “island of the winds” so a lot of the time, it’s a very windy place. However, during peak summer season the weather gets so hot that the wind actually feels good!

When to Go

High season is during summer months from June to September.  The rest of the year, most restaurants and bars shut down and the island is extremely quiet.

Getting There

Arriving by Air: MYK, located about 15 minutes from Mykonos Town, is serviced by domestic flights from Athens and direct flights from a handful of other European cities.  There is no public transportation from the airport, but most hotels offer a shuttle service and there are taxis available to take you to your destination.

Arriving by Sea: Ferries are a cheaper option, but the journey takes much longer.  There is a ferry that runs from Athens that takes anywhere between 3.5 and 5 hours (vs. the flight that is only 30-40 minutes).  There are also ferries to Mykonos that run from the surrounding Cycladic islands.  For example, there is a ferry from Santorini that takes approximately 8 hours.